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Detective Ron Taylor is framed for the murder of a suspect in custody by a renegade car thief. While Taylor fights to survive in prison, the real killer is engaged in a hostile take-over of the city's number one "chop-shop" and his partner is trying to figure out who set Taylor up, and why.Written by
Worth a look ..... better than expected ...............
This almost unknown revenge flick has a surprisingly interesting script, and action both inside and outside the prison ties together nicely. The acting is acceptable from Chris De Rose and Chuck Jeffreys, however Richard Lynch is the one to watch here, as the killer without a conscience. He proves especially nasty, and his performance elevates "Lockdown" to slightly above average territory. The movie drags in places, with some scenes that do little to advance the action. It should be noted that the film features a nice assortment of older souped up cars, including a sharp 58 Chevy. In a revenge movie, the ending can be critical, and here it proves quite satisfying. - MERK
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